Ok, let us admit that we have been a bit slow. Over a year ago, when the EU chief lobbyist of the worldwide baby-slaughtering industry, Neil Datta, had released a report in which he wrote about a pro-life network of “Vatican surrogates” and their (in his peculiar view) “dangerous” agenda, we announced that we would release the full and unabridged document to which he was referring, so that everyone could make his or her own judgment. Continue reading “And here it is at last: THE FULL AND UNABRIGED top-secret strategy document, that sets an AGENDA FOR EUROPE!!!”
The UK Supreme Court has unanimously decided that the refusal to bake a cake with the message “Support Gay Marriage” on it cannot be qualified as “discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation”.
The judges emphasized the importance of the right to freedom from forced speech, pointing out that “the rights to freedom of thought, conscience and religion, and to freedom of expression … include the right not to be obliged to manifest beliefs one does not hold…”. Continue reading “UK Supreme Court: no obligation to bake cake with pro-sodomy-propaganda”
While politicians in the EU were gleeful about the outcome of the Irish referendum that opened the way to sodo-“marriage” on the Emerald Isle, they are far less enthusiastic about the prospect of a referendum on the same subject to be held in Romania. For nearly two years they have done all they could to put pressure on their Romanian peers to prevent the referendum, for which a citizens’ initiative collected more than 3 million signatures in just three weeks (this in a country of 22 million inhabitants!), from taking place. But now it seems that the vote could take place as early as next month. Continue reading “At last: Romanians will have their say about sodo-“marriage””
In what is presented to the world as an important step towards “democratization”, Cuba’s communist government has drafted a new Constitution, in which any explicit reference to Communism is missing. The draft omits a clause from the current, 42-year-old Constitution laying out the goal of building a “communist society,” but instead includes a reference to …. sodo-“marriage”, defining marriage as a “union between two persons”.
The draft will be put to a scam referendum later this year in order to provide for an appearance of legitimacy. In order to get rid of the defunct ideology of Communism, the Cuban people will have to accepting the novel ideology of Sodomism. The option of having a Constitution without Communism and without Sodomy is not available.
This is unsurprising, given that the purpose is mere window-dressing. Communists, reformed Communists, and ex-Communists have been at the forefront of promoting Sodomism all over Europe and the US. The regime is hoping that, embracing the new ideology that is currently holding sway in many Western countries, it will be accepted as “democratic” by those countries without any need for real change.
While the CJEU, with yesterday’s decision to impose on Member States an obligation to give legal effect to “marriages” concluded by persons of the same sex, is heading down the pernicious road of judicial activism, the Supreme Court of the United States has made an important step back towards reason and common sense. In a 7-2 ruling in the case of Masterpiece Cakeshop, Ltd. v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission, the Court found that the applicant, a baker, was in his right to refuse an order by a sodomite couple to bake a wedding cake with obscene decorations for the purpose of celebrating their “marriage”. Continue reading “United States: LGBT-totalitarianism suffers setback”
The CJEU’s decision in the Coman case is out, and as some rumours in the last weeks already indicated, it is yet another case in which a judicial authority is cheekily abusing the powers conferred to it in order to promote a highly controversial agenda for which the EU has no mandate. The trick is always the same: take a legal provision that was adopted years ago and give it a temerarious new interpretation of which no serious-minded person will ever believe that it was intended when the text was drafted. Continue reading “The CJEU’s abusive decision on the “right to free movement” of sodomite couples”
The ECtHR’s decision in the case of Ratzenböck and Seydl v. Austria has become final. With this decision, the Court had decided that legislation that reserves access to so-called civil partnerships” to homosexual couples and access to marriage to heterosexual couples did not constitute discrimination. It therefore turned down the application of a different-sex couple from Austria who had wanted to conclude a “civil partnership”. Continue reading “ECtHR confirms: homo-partnerships are only for homosexuals (and, implicitly, marriage is only for man and woman)”